Wombat Frames Blog
Frame Your Memories with Wombat Frames 0
Largest Wooden Multi Photo Frames Australia Since 1996, Wombat Frames have been telling stories of people in a unique manner. We all have special memories and pictures bring those moments back to life. Wombat Frames have identified this opportunity to make your special memories extra special by offering a perfect fit to frame those moments. We are photo frame manufacturers based in Australia and have been in this business for over 15 years. Our practical and aesthetic approach to our designs has earned us a good reputation among our clients. We specialise in a large variety of designs such as family photo frames, multi-photo frames, recycled picture frames, collage frames, etc. We pride ourselves in our creativity and our approach to quality. We keep ourselves updated to the latest trends, which keep our range evolving every month. Our happiness knows no bound to when we are able to offer our customers the exact piece to suit their home decor. Using skills in furniture, art and photography, we ensure that every photo frame is unique and special just like your memories. Wombat Frames are available for display at Old Bus Depot Markets, Kingston, Canberra, every Sunday; Glebe Markets, Glebe, Sydney, every Saturday; and Maitland Country Fair Markets and Maitland Show Ground, 1st Sunday every month. You can order online picture frames of your choice from www.wombatframes.com.au. From recycled timber photo frames to collage frame, you can now frame your good memories in style.
Happy New Year 0Well, we are looking forward to a big and bright new year in 2014. A big thank you to all our customers for their support. Browsing our website is also helping as Google ranks us up in the frame searches. We start back making our frames early January and plan a longer break in February. If you want frames that aren't listed on the website; feel free to contact us. Telling your friends about our frames is another great way to support us. Hand made in Australia from recycled timber is hard work ; noisy as well as dusty so all your support is greatly appreciated. ....
- Gabrielle Marlow